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Korean Air will not operate B737 MAX 8 until safety is perfectly secured

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Fri, 03/15/2019 - 11:50
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While Korean Air had planned to deliver and introduce B737 MAX 8 this May, the airline announced to substitute B737 MAX 8 with other aircraft .

Hong Kong - Korean Air will not operate B737 MAX 8 until the aircraft’s safety is perfectly secured. 

While Korean Air had planned to deliver and introduce B737 MAX 8 this May, the airline announced to substitute B737 MAX 8 with other aircraft for the routes that had originally been on its operation plan.

Korean Air considers customer safety as the utmost priority and is dedicated to maintaining the absolute safety operation system.

Korean Air is monitoring the situation closely, and trusts Boeing to take swift, necessary measures to secure the aircraft’s safety.

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